The 100 best men’s clothing stores in the world


What’s the vibe? Located on a tree-lined street in CDMX’s coolest neighborhood, Void’s original location – another has sprung up in Roma Norte – is something of a clubhouse for stylists, musicians and tourists looking to travel for Void’s advanced curation.

Why visit? To tap into the popping local style scene, and grab a good biodynamic coffee at the cafe out back.—SH


cotton sheep

San Francisco, California

What’s in stock? A tight and calculated selection of rare Japanese brands including Kapital, Masato and Porter.

What’s the vibe? Located in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley shopping district, Cotton Sheep is a respite from the startups and highly-manufactured DTC brands that dominate the area. It’s filled with recycled and reclaimed wood that shows off its natural patina and lively edges, reflecting its affinity for naturalness and craftsmanship.

Why visit? So that you and your whole family (yes, they also sell very cute, very handcrafted children’s clothes) are shod in head-to-toe Japanese grails.-GO

Cotton Sheep, San Francisco, CaliforniaJoe O’Bryan


Los Angeles, California

What’s in stock? There’s a reason people like Frank Ocean and Abel Tesfaye travel all the way from Malibu to downtown Los Angeles to shop at Departamento: No store has a bigger selection of groundbreaking brands like Man- tle, Camiel Fortgens and Martine Rose.

What’s the vibe? Walk through the door to Departmento, discreetly tucked away in the back of a Maru Coffee (past the checkout), and step into a new wavy dimension of style.

Why visit? There’s no better place in Los Angeles to discover your next niche fashion obsession.—SH

Department, Los Angeles, CaliforniaCourtesy of Departmento

Evan Kinori

San Francisco, California

What’s in stock? Current editions of hand-numbered clothing by Kinori, furniture by Copenhagen design team Frama, vintage lamps, wooden stools and woven blankets in the studio behind the boutique by artist Marina Contro.


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